When the Major League Baseball All-Star Game takes place at Progressive Field on July 9, it will be the culmination of years of work by MLB and the Cleveland Indians organization.
If one were to ask a Cleveland baseball fan in the 1950s and 1960s who the team’s iconic players were, Rocky Colavito’s name would likely come up quickly. Colavito played parts of 14 seasons in Major League Baseball and spent eight of those seasons with Cleveland, earning the nickname “The R…
When former Major League Baseball outfielder Art Shamsky considers the World Series-winning teams that have had what he considers to be an effect on the game, he lists some of the obvious ones, including the 1927 “Murderer’s Row” New York Yankees and the 1947 Brooklyn Dodgers.
(JTA) — Jack Hughes, even at 18, is no stranger to making history. And now he’s done it again, becoming the first Jewish player to be drafted No. 1 overall by the National Hockey League.